Student Life Cycle Management

Mormon Math: Younger Missionaries = Less Money For Utah Colleges

Report predicts the departure of hundreds of students now and millions lost in tuition next school year.

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U Of California Freshman Applicants For 2013 A Record High

University of California receives more than 174,700 applications for next fall, up 10.7%. For the first time, Latinos account for the biggest proportion, at 32%.

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Pa. Women's College To Become Fully Co-Educational

Trustees at a small, 143-year-old women's college in central Pennsylvania have approved a plan that will convert the school to a fully coeducational institution, officials said Sunday.

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Grad School Enrollment Declines…Why?

More people are applying to grad school and less people are going, according to a report by the Council of Graduate Schools.

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Elite Colleges Struggle To Recruit Smart, Low-Income Kids

Across the United States, college administrators are poring over student essays, recommendation letters and SAT scores as they select a freshman class for the fall.

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Pell Grant Cuts And Rising Tuition Could Be Causing Enrollment Decline At Public Colleges

As universities across Alabama fight to grow enrollment in the face of reduced state funding, the Alabama Commission on Higher Education reports headcounts fell slightly last semester.

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What Borrowers Think They Know

Borrowers demonstrate common misconceptions of private student loans

Feedback from private student loan borrowers reveals they hold a host of common misconceptions about their loans. In comments and complaints submitted to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), borrowers demonstrate a lack of knowledge about the difference between private and federal student loans, how bankruptcy can impact their loans, who holds and services their loans, what repayment options they have, and more. The consequences of these misunderstandings include unexpected default, forbearance fees, and ineligibility for repayment incentives.